This page lists my professtional contacts in alphabetical order, both individual persons and organisations. With some I collaborate regularly and with some occasionally, with some I collaborated in the past and with some I am collaborating currently. All of them have been important for my work and professional development.
The Zurich-based foundation initiates it’s own art projects and accompanies their realization. It studies the contributions unrestricted art can offer to conflict mediation and the building of peace.
From 2015 - 2017 I worked as a project coordinator for artasfoundation, implementing projects in the South Caucasus and collaborating in the establishment of a centre of competence for art in regions of conflict and fragile contexts.
Since several years Pete Walton from checkthis4.me proof-reads and edits my English-language publications.
Demokrative - Initiative for civic education
The association Demokrative strives to contribute to the further development and strengthening of civic education and thus to strengthen democracy.
I am a co-founder of Demokrative and have been member of the board since its foundation in 2016.
ETH Zurich, European Politics Research Group
From 2010 - 2015 I worked in Prof. Frank Schimmelfennigs European Politics Research Group at ETH Zurich.
Historical Archives of the European Union
The Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) in Florence preserves the archives of the EU institutions and other private and public actors. It also has an educational program targeting schools in and around Florence, visitors, families and groups.
Since 2018, I am collaborating with the HAEU as a counselor and facilitator for the educational program.
The Liechtenstein Institute is a research institute that does scientific research in the fields of history, politics, law and economy relating to Liechtenstein.
Since 2018, I am an associated researcher at the Liechtenstein Institute.
Rebecca Welge is a social scientist, democracy expert and experienced consultant and trainer.
Since we both were doctoral students in the European Politics Research Group at ETH Zurich, we have often worked as a team. We started with academic teaching, organised workshops for young people on democracy-related topics, jointly developed the civic education program "building blocks of democracy", jointly initiated the foundation of Demokrative and we are constantly planning new projects and collaborations.
Upsala-Circus is a non-profit organisation based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Apart from staging the most poetic circus shows I have ever seen, it is combining modern circus art with social pedagogy in order to "positively influence the life scenario and social status of at risk children and adolescents".
In 2002-2003 I worked as a volunteer in the then still small Upsala-Circus and since then I have supported Upsala and collaborated in different projects.